Jessica Schulberg

foreign affairs reporter for the Huffington Post.

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Jessica Schulberg is a reporter covering foreign policy and national security for The Huffington Post. Previously, she was a reporter-researcher at The New Republic. She holds a master's degree in international politics from American University.

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